Join us on Tuesday, November 16th when we honor our Survivors – Upstanders of yesterday, today, and forever. It is almost impossible to imagine having the strength to move forward after the horrors of the Holocaust, yet here they are, serving as our beacons of hope for humanity.

We are honored to pay tribute to one of our very own, Max Glauben, as this year’s Hope for Humanity Honoree. At the time of Liberation, Max was a 15-year-old orphan who had witnessed and survived the unimaginable, including the murder of his immediate family and surviving the atrocities of five different concentration camps. He has dedicated his life to honoring his family’s memory and that of the other six million by sharing his Holocaust story through the lens of compassion, empathy, and resilience. Max reminds us that there is hope in hopelessness and that one person can make a difference. Learn more about his inspirational story here.

We cannot wait to welcome everyone back when we host our annual Hope for Humanity event as an in-person dinner*, once again! For those not ready to join us in-person, we will also offer a virtual option to be a part of the evening. Either way, we invite you to mark your calendar for Tuesday, November 16th when we pay tribute to Max and honor all of our Holocaust Survivors!

Complimentary Valet | Business Attire
6:00 PM Cocktails | 7:00 PM Dinner | 8:00 PM Program
*Fairmont Dallas | 1717 N Akard St, Dallas, TX 75202
$550 Single Tickets (Value of Benefits: $120)

Tables start at $5,500 (Value of Benefits: $1,200/table of 10)


8:00 PM Program
A link will be emailed at least 24 hours in advance.
Value of Benefits: $0.00

Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear face coverings; however, as recommended by the CDC, unvaccinated guests over the age of 2 should wear face coverings. Fully vaccinated guests may opt to wear a face covering should they so choose. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and The Fairmont Dallas will continue to follow all applicable CDC COVID-19 guidelines in place at the time of our event. The Museum will contact you directly should CDC recommended guidelines change. To learn more about the extensive measures The Fairmont Dallas is taking to protect its guests, visit ALLSafeandWell.

We do more than most history museums. We inspire adults and children alike to consider the real consequences of their choices. We open minds, one visitor at a time. We challenge visitors to think critically and to become Upstanders.

Hope for Humanity is a fundraiser event benefitting the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your generous support helps fund our important year-round educational and community outreach initiatives. Click here to learn more about just a few of the programs your contribution helps support.

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Please note that print recognition on collateral pieces vary by donation levels (see contract for more details). Publication deadlines: October 1st /invitation. October 27th/event program book.

Thank you to everyone who made last year’s virtual Hope for Humanity event such an overwhelming success! We invite you to watch the inspirational Hope-Strength-Resolve that elevates the powerful voices of Survivors and Liberators as a collective narrative reminding us that “never again” means something – not just for today, but for our future. We also invite you to view the 2020 Hope for Humanity tribute book here.

Did you know that we host two other fundraisers that also support our year-round work? Click below to learn more!

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